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MC .NET Objects programming reference

Hi all,

After concentrating on becoming profitable in stocks for last few years I'm back wanting to learn more about futures.
AMP now offers MC .NET which seems a very good product. Knowing some VB.NET I always found Ninjascript "so near but yet so far away" to figure out.

The Multicharts .NET programming guide is good, but can anyone point me to a reference for all the objects/properties/methods for Powerlanguage.NET please?


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I see the Power Language editor Help has a decent Wiki style summary, albeit without any nice code examples for each object.

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Hi all,

After concentrating on becoming profitable in stocks for last few years I'm back wanting to learn more about futures.
AMP now offers MC .NET which seems a very good product. Knowing some VB.NET I always found Ninjascript "so near but yet so far away" to figure out.

The Multicharts .NET programming guide is good, but can anyone point me to a reference for all the objects/properties/methods for Powerlanguage.NET please?


Thanks,
Newt


** Try "tradingcode.net" it's a good place to start at least..

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Thanks. Yes, have found that site very helpful. Would have been nice to have some VB.NET too, but a C# explanation is way better than none at all.

I gather the Easy Language guide for Tradestation is some what interchangeable for explaining the logic behind many of the named series. (unable to post a link with <5 posts it appears).

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